lose your right to vote, Burnham-On-Sea residents are urged
residents have been warned that time is running out to get themselves
registered to vote in May's general election.
vote, residents must appear on the Register of Electors and the
last date for applications to get listed is Tuesday, April 20th.
If you are already registered, you will receive your poll card
within the next week or so, which will show where your polling
station is situated.
If you require a postal vote you need to apply and return a form
to the elections office at Sedgemoor District Council before Tuesday
20th April. Proxy applications need to be received by Tuesday
council has issued advice to people who have recently moved to
Burnham or moved property.
Services Manager Chris Facey told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "People
who have moved house recently also need to take note. When you
change address, you need to re-register with your new details."
because you are paying council tax at your new address doesnt
automatically mean that you will be on the electoral register
there you need to contact us separately. This applies whether
you have bought your home, or whether are renting."
If you are not registered to vote or not sure whether you appear
on the register of electors, contact Sedgemoor District Council
on 01278 435334.